I haven’t heard it well enough anywhere in the metro area that the average person would listen but well enough to check it out just about everywhere. The only real exception I’ve found is the Camas LPFM, which will probably try to move, although I did hear something over by Hillsboro. As soon as you get into the actual Willamette Valley, I’m sure it comes in just fine but there are just too many hills up here blocking the signal.
I found the reception of KYTE to be fairly stable in Tigard, near the Costco. Reception is good going up the hill on SW Barbur Blvd., but there is one spot after which the signal is blocked and does not fully return.
A few days ago, I finally heard an announcer on KYTE. As this was later in the evening, I would suspect that the broadcast was either voice-tracked or pre-recorded. I have also been hearing some advertisements.
The Camas LPFM, KIEV has applied and been granted to move to 102.5. This should clear up any interference issues with KYTE. It will also probably wipe out just about any local reception of the Estacada translator on the east side.